| it is a good idea to have your system checked out by one of our maintenance experts. Small problems can become bigger problems as your system continues to run. Just as your automobile needs regular maintenance so does your air conditioning system. You should, at least, clean or replace your air filters each month.
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annual air conditioning check-ups in the spring and furnace check-ups every fall. Although regular checkups will not absolutely guarantee that a unit will continue to work perfectly throughout the season, they will reveal most small problems that can lead to major, far more expensive problems if left unattended.
Maintaining your Furnace/Heating & Air Conditioning Systems can...
- Lower utility bills.
- Extend equipment life.
- Mean fewer repairs and/or breakdowns.
- Improve system reliability.
- Increase heating capacity.
- Bring peace of mind for you and your family.
With the proper maintenance and care, your home comfort equipment will operate economically and dependably. There are a few simple, routine maintenance operations you can do to help ensure the best performance and comfort from your system.
Before you perform any kind of maintenance, consider these important safety precautions.
- Disconnect all electrical power to the unit before removing access panels to perform maintenance. Please note that there may be more than one power connection switch.
- Although manufactures take special care to prevent sharp edges in the construction of their equipment, it's best to be very careful when you handle parts or reach into units.
- Check the air filter in your furnace or fan coil every 3 to 4 weeks. A dirty filter will cause excessive strain on your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump. Replace your filter when necessary, or clean it if you have the reusable type. (If you have a reusable filter, make sure it's completely dry before you re-install it.) The prefilter and collection cells of an electronic air cleaner should be cleaned at least two or three times per year.
- Clean dust off of your indoor coil. With a vacuum cleaner and soft-brush attachment, you can remove any dust from the top and underside of the coil. Make sure you only do this when the coil is dry. If you can't get the coil clean this way, call us for service.
- Keep your outdoor condensing unit free of debris. If you keep grass clippings, leaves, shrubbery and debris away from your outdoor unit, it should only require minimal care to operate properly. Check the base pan (under the unit) occasionally and remove debris, to help the unit drain correctly.
- If the outdoor coil becomes dirty, use a brush or a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment to clean the surface. To clean dirt that is deep in the coil, contact your dealer.
- Make sure your outdoor unit stays in a level position. If the support for your split-system outdoor unit shifts or settles and the unit is no longer level, re-level it promptly to make sure moisture drains properly out of the unit. If you notice that water or ice collects beneath the unit, arrange for it to be drained away from the equipment.
- Inspect your furnace's combustion area and vent system before each heating season. If you find dirt, soot or rust, your system may not operate properly or at its peak efficiency. Call us, and do not operate your furnace until it is professionally inspected and/or repaired.
- Have oil-fired boilers inspected annually. Call us before each heating season to replace your oil filter cartridge and conduct a thorough inspection of the unit's operation.
- Clean your humidifier at the beginning of every heating season. Review your owner's manual for the proper procedure to clean the external and internal components of your unit. The evaporator pad should also be replaced before each heating season. If the water in your area is hard or has high mineral content, you may need to clean or service your humidifier more frequently.
There's something else that preventive system maintenance gives you, and that's Peace of Mind. Pre-season maintenance can help you avoid a system failure on the hottest or coldest day of the year. It can also help you avoid a frantic search for an air conditioning or heating dealer that can repair or replace your broken system.
We provide an annual maintenance agreement that also entitles priority service to our customers.
The purpose of this program is to provide your family with enhanced equipment safety and efficiency as well as extend the life of your equipment. Your family will also appreciate knowing that your equipment has been tested for deadly, odorless, poisonous carbon monoxide gas.
By becoming a Preferred Customer, you are entitled to priority service, extended warranties, discounts, no overtime charges and, most importantly, Peace of mind.
This program also entitles you to benefit from our exclusive 21-point precision tune-up and professional cleaning twice a year.
- Two (2) Precision Tune-up & Professional Cleaning's will be performed each year during the months of September and March.
- All service department parts, materials, and labor shall be discounted at a rate of 15% off our normal price.
- Emergency service shall be provided after normal working hours at standard daytime rates (No overtime charges).
- All repair warranties made under this agreement shall be doubled, up to three full years, provided that you have maintained continual S.E.A. coverage for the entire warranty period.
- Peace of mind for you and your family.
Your 100% total satisfaction is guaranteed.
Try this program for ninety days; if you are not pleased, we will refund your entire investment. There is absolutely no risk.